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Learning Context In Photography

I had been meaning to do something with my old photographs for a while, and whilst I hate the thought of being dragged into yet another social media hole, I finally took the plunge and settled on Instagram as the format to save my old images. It's not perfect as the site's aspect ratio can clip a lot off of an image, but its better than them not being used or more importantly, being lost forever. Something quite profound struck me as I went through my old photos - some of which were taken back in 2005 on an old Samsung Digimax S500 my grandad had brought me for my birthday at eighteen. The subject isn't what's interesting in hindsight, the context within a set time or event was. For years I have tried to capture historical and wild places with as few people around as possible, trying to capture what is in essence, a kind of timelessness. looking back I wish I had taken more photos with people in, with traffic or with building works in the background. Anything that cou

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